Come on UMTD, how many times have you predicted the big RNS!!!! You have been predicting NLN, seems like for forever!!! In the summer of 2014 you made a share prediction that the MTV share price would rise in the following months. YES YOU WERE WRONG. NO JUST A LITTLE BIT WRONG BUT TOTALLY WRONG. THE SHARE PRICE FELL AWAY. After the first consolidation. The rampers predicted that the first consolidation would not hurt PI's, but the complete opposite happend!!!!! Then you predicted share price rise in March 2015, that did not happen, then you predicted a share price rise in April 2015, that did not happen. Well what did happen was we had yet another consolidation, this time 100-1 consolidation!!!!! So with the big RNS you predicted next Monday, where will the share price be Tuesday? Yet another question you will not answer!!! The ship is sinking, women and children first. launch the lifeboats!!!
Enough talking about auntie elle's hair dressing business time to go out
Your bang on the money LeKingEric, I totally agree, could even be .005, then I suppose it will be another consolidation. Could it be 3 consolidations in one year? Would that be a LSE record?
RE: Mr L
You were right Mrlithium (The Professional), oh sorry no you were wrong, I was right, the share did bounce but in a downward direction as I predicted. When do you think the next bounce will happen.
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She doesn't need any of that there's no stopping her once she gets going
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